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help school restores officers. police have been trained only to use the one in a case where they believe the student is the armed. >> the officer will engage in dialogue with the youth and try to detect whether or not there is a weapon in the school building. >> there was a call for metal detectors after a student was shot in the cafeteria on the first day of school at perry hall. the next incident was when a student brought a bb gun to campus. >> when an individual is carrying a weapon, they carry themselves different. they hold their bell lined different. they will be constantly touching the object -- they hold their belt line different. they will be constantly touching the object. police officers are trained to
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look for these behaviors'. >> they will rely on students to speak up when classmates at have weapons. >> we must be sure our schools are environments where students feel they have someone they can share information with. >> this student says she is more aware of her surroundings. >> if you see something, you should go to an adviser or a parent and tell them about the issue. >> police will use the wands only on school property and a school-related events like dances. the wands can only be used by trained law enforcement officers. wbal-tv 11 news. >> we have late breaking news out of new york city. police have arrested a man they
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say was plotting to blow up the federal reserve building. suspect quazi mohammad rezwanul ahsan nafis has been arrested after an investigation by the fbi and nypd. he tried to detonate material outside the world trade center. his associates were undercover officers. stay tuned for any late breaking developments. we also have late breaking developments from the trial of two police officers accused of beating and university of maryland student. as we understand, the judge has dismissed all but the most serious charge of assault. lowell melser has more. >> the defense attorneys were able to get the judge to drop the most serious charge of first-degree assault, this as one of the two officers took the
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stand in his own defense. >> the judge did dismiss the most serious charge, yes. no further comment. we are still in trout. >> the lawyers react after the -- we're still in trial. lawyers reacts. james harrison and reginald baker are accused of beating student john mckenna. baker, a former marine and special officer with the prince dirges county's special officer unit, says he was ordered to make arrests. while his team was holding the line at knox road and rte. 1 in two malesrk, he sawe approach him. refused toat' mckenna
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leave the area. he repeatedly told him to get down and get away. the prosecution bases baker's action while showing the video of the beating to the jury, trying, i imagine, to get that image engrained in the minds of the jury. both men are charged with second-degree assault and misconduct. lowell melser, wbal-tv 11 news. >> police are searching for whoever shot a man at 9:00 this morning. at this hour, we are still gathering details. please can confirm the victim was an adult male and was -- police can confirm the victim
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was an adult male and was shot somewhere in the upper body. happening right now at city hall, and nominations -- i nominations committee is entertaining a hearing. it may not be a quiet hearing. we understand protesters are starting to gather, sheldon? >> yes, donna. they just wrapped up prayer. they are upset. they say they were not involved in the selection process of the city's new commissioner. some of the protesters outside say they are able to go into the public hearing because they are banned from city hall -- they are unable to go into the public hearing because they are banned from city hall. the new commissioner has been on that the job for a few weeks now. they are protesting his nomination.
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even though they have the opportunity to speak at this public hearing, they are angry because they say they were left out of the process. >> the swearing-in took place two weeks ago, but this is the first time the city council is to publicly interview him. this is the first time the citizens have an opportunity to articulate their concerns. this is ceremonial, quite frankly, at this point in time. this should have been on the front end. >> i spoke with the mayor's office. they say the mayor spoke with community leaders before the process took place. she met with eight groups. that includes the bel air association, northwest citizens on patrol, the baltimore jewish council, the baltimore archdiocese, and the baltimore branch of the naacp. these are just a few of the groups that the mayor met with when she was deciding the
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process of this new commissioner. wbal-tv 11 news. >> other than high thin clouds blocking the sun at times, beautiful day across the mid- atlantic. you can see those clouds moving from the south to the northeast. and not producing any precipitation, although there are showers up and through the great lakes. there are mild temperatures in our area, mostly the 60's across the state from the mountains to the bay and the coast. we are in for a pleasant night tonight. not as chilly as the last few nights. those showers off to the north and west will move in this direction. the seven-day forecast is coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you, tom. here is what we know tonight.
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barack obama and mitt romney took the fight for the white house of a notch at last night's debate and they gave every indication today they will keep up that intensity for the final stretch. we have recaps of the long island clashed. >> thanks, good evening. how did it play in the battleground states? the polls start to measure -- the candidates headed out trying to move those numbers. they were swing states. former governor romney in virginia. >> i think the american people expected the president of the united states would be able to describe what he is going to do in the next four years. but he cannot. he tried to spend most of this time talking about, plan will not work. >> this tax panel does not add up. -- his tax plan does not add up. his jobs plan does not create
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jobs. mitt romney is trying to sell you a sketchy deal. we are not buying it. >> paul ryan was in all i/o. >> didn't mitt romney to a great job for us? >> the debate was a brawl. >> he has a one-point plan and that plan is to make sure folks at the top played by a different set of rules. >> i will not under any circumstances reduce the share paid by the highest income taxpayers. >> the sharpest exchanges on libya. >> it took them a long time to say this was a terrorist act by a terrorist group. >> the suggestion that anyone on my team would play politics or mislead when we lost four of our own, governor, was offensive. >> for some voters, it was too wild. >> i think the moderator lost control. >> the last debate is on foriegn policy. mitt romney is already baiting barack obama. >> there is only one debate left
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on monday. >> it should be a doozy. adding to the drama, the last debate is in but the raton, in florida, the last of the battleground states. back to you. >> thank you. you can track the campaign trail by using our brand new commitment 2012 smartphone app. just search and download "election 2012" on your smartphone or tablet. >> a controversy over procedures at a hospital. >> the latest batch of accusations is up ahead. >> terrell suggs shows up at the ravens practice field and he
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>> men's health is ranking the fittest man of all time and in michael phelps typical fashion, and he has come up on top. it took into account factors
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like how your body uses oxygen. with all those metrics, michael phelps was number one. the baltimore native seems like the obvious choice, but two more baltimore native sir on that list. cal ripken jr. was no. 98 and the ravens' own ray lewis. >> all right, let's talk about men's bodies, but in particular, ray lewis. all eyes are on his right tricep. there are indications he may -- made -- play again this season. >> this is the first time we have seen terrell suggs in uniform since the championship game last season. for an updateerry and that video. >> it is coming your way, donna.
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they changed the rules this year, and they are keeping ray lewis out for the rest of the season. they have designated him for return, which means he could theoretically return to the lineup after week 13 of the season. no theoretical to terrell suggs. he returned to the field today. he practiced for the first time since tearing his achilles' tendon in the off-season. it looks like weak tenor will be when he returns. and his teammates say that's he has already had a noticeable impact. he will take over forladarius webb. they love seeing no. 45 on the field. >> his presence makes us smile. just the fact that he is getting back out there and doing what he can do brings a smile to our
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face. >> the ravens will ease him back into his full workload, but i can tell you from personal experience the man can still hit. i learned the hard way today. i did not see him coming and he ambushed me. >> were you hurt? i will take you down. [laughter] oh, yeah. never saw him coming. never saw him coming. you will see this video on youtube for years and years to come. i am honored to of had the distinction of being the first person he tackled after coming back from his injury, but i should point out comeuppance i never came close -- i should point out, i never came close to actually catching him. we will have much more on terrell suggs's return at 6:00.
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>> now your insta-weather plus forecast with the chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> better you than me, gerry, that's for sure. you can take it. high, thin cloud, nothing that will produce precipitation around here. we're tracking rain around the great lakes. we are left with a pretty decent fall day when you add it all up. this will bring some of the milder air. it is actually warmer in detroit and cleveland then it is in baltimore and ocean city. state wide, temperatures range from 60 degrees to the mid and upper 60's on the eastern shore. cells. at 67 degrees. tonight, 45 in the coolest suburbs. sunset that's -- at 6:24.
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high-pressure producing that nice fall whether. pretty significant front. notice those bright white cloud. that storm is up in canada, pushing the front toward baltimore. expected to get here tomorrow night's. tomorrow, a mix of sun and clouds. we get past 5:00, and those storms start heading for the bay. especially in the evening as the storm works its way across the bay, maybe some lightning and thunder embedded in the storms. showers may linger in the western maryland mountains, but we will get by with partly cloudy skies. south wins, brisk tomorrow, 10 miles per hour to 50 miles per hour.
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the more towards sunset, the better chance for showers breaking out. on the bay, because the winds will be out to 20 knots, there is a small craft a advisory. 70% chance of showers throughout the day tomorrow, tapering off and cooler on friday. on the eastern shore, the rain probably not getting there until after sunset. tomorrow, the showers will probably taper off toward lunchtime on friday. there could be some thunder and maybe a chance for a shower or thunderstorm in ocean city. temperatures will be mild. upper 6 we'll see you on air, online, and on demand. , low 70's for a couple more , los 70's for60's a couple more days.
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we have another shower chance on wednesday. >> all right. thanks, tom. he admitted he had been drinking before a serious boating accident. >> and up next, we want to know why he is not facing any criminal charges. >> at town hall brawl takes over the trail.
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hundred and eighty million dollars for maryland schools. that's a lot of money. my classroom. games and a new casino for maryland. million more for education every year. the money goes where it's supposed to. it's the law. this is about our kids. this is about better schools. seven. i'm voting for question seven.
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i'm voting for question seven. as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6.
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>> late this afternoon we are learning more about why state delegates don dwyer is still not facing charges after that drunk driving voting crash that sent six to the hospital. the investigation over the accident may not be completed until next year and there are a number of reasons why, we are told. police say the toxicology results have not come back in and boating accidents usually take a long time. on top of that, every person injured in the accident has been seeking legal counsel.
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meanwhile, a towson firm has filed complaints by patients who accused doctors of overstating conditions to justify in asserting stents. it all stems from one cardiologists accused of performing hundreds of unnecessary procedures. now named eight additional doctors and the st. joseph's medical center. the doctor claims he is being used as the hospital's scapegoat. >> in tonight's medical alert, health officials say four people have died in that national meningitis outbreak, bringing the number of deaths to 19. on top of that, another death in maryland.
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the meningitis outbreak has been tied to a specialty pharmacy in massachusetts. officials say two of the recent deaths have been in tennessee and one each in florida and virginia. @ daily multivitamin may cut cancer risk in older men. this is the first large-scale trial of multivitamins to actually show a benefit. the trial included 15,000 men over the age of 50 who were followed for a decade. a daily dose of pfizer's centrum silver resulted in a decreased risk of cancer for aldermen. and a compound derived from vegetables may treat an aggressive form of breast
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cancer. if it fights several times -- types of cancer, including the triple-cancer that's spreads faster and recurs more often. they say that this is a safer and less toxic and could be available in pill form for daily use sunday. >> livestrong without armstrong. what is next for lands and those iconic yellowed bracelets, just ahead. ahead. >> and the are it's heavy lifting. you start with a democratic senator named ben. by getting bwi-marshall funding for new runways, he's helping us serve 21 million passengers a year, which helps keep 100,000 jobs that depend on the airport, and that means more cargo for more businesses and more skycaps unloading more taxis... welcome to bwi. ...carrying families with more luggage. thanks. it's like he's out here with us. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too.
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>> live, local, late breaking. you are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. with stan stovall and donna hamilton, your insta-weather plus forecast with the chief meteorologist, tassel minor -- tom tasselmyer. >> right now at 5:30, city residents allegedly overcharged for their water bills. if you are one of those people, your bill could be at the center of a lawsuit. >> it is part of an effort to force officials to request delinquent bills from customers. >> the city is collecting from individuals, even taking their homes if they do not pay, despite longstanding problems with the billing sees some --
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system. they are not being forced to pay -- large companies are not being forced to pay. he says that is unfair. >> its forces the elected officials to do their job. >> frank conway says the floodgates are about to open. he recently filed a class action lawsuit against the city. a letter to the city solicitor claims negligence, failure to perform official duties, denial of equal protection, and denial of due process. >> some have lost their homes. some have been overcharged for years. while we have big corporations that do not pay at all. some 07 million dollars and they are not collecting from them. >> -- some 0 $7 million and they are not collecting from them. >> it is very clear to me that threatening to sue does not
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solve the problem. we have scarce resources i am focused on using to get the work done, not suing. >> a spokesman for the city says it is rare that someone would lose their home for delinquency on water bills alone. but connolly says those people exist and we will be hearing from them. >> my attorney has the names of people who are joining the suit. it will get bigger and bigger. >> his attorney declined to provide those names. for larger corporations that owe money, the city says many of them are in bankruptcy. >> the need to get them in bankruptcy. >> the mayor says they are doing things like hiring more meter readers and customer service representatives. >> we are working hard to correct longstanding problems. i want people to understand this
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has been messed up for a long time. >> he has run for mayor in the past, but he says he is not doing this for publicity. he is not sure when the lawsuit will be filed. for that, he referred to his attorney, who again declined to comment. wbal-tv 11 news. >> in the legal battle for why pit bulls -- for weather tipples should be seen as inherently dangerous, governor -- for whether pit bulls should be seen as inherently dangerous, gov. martin o'malley is under fire. be ruling stems from when a 10- year-old boy was mauled by a pit bull. >> and starting tomorrow students in baltimore county can be scanned by metal-detecting wands if police officers deem
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them to be suspicious. each of the county's 63 school resources officers has been assigned a wand. in all, they cost $70,000. the most serious charge was dropped against the two police officers accused of beating a university of maryland student. james harrison and reginald baker were accused of assaulting john mckenna. that was caught on a cell phone camera. that trial continues tomorrow. and we have more now on the breaking news we told you about at the top of the our. federal officials are releasing a new details about the man arrested for allegedly plotting to blow up the federal reserve
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building in new york city. 24-year-old quazi nafis devised a bomb and made several attempts to blow up the building. authorities say the bomb never proposed an actual risk. >> lance armstrong stepped down from the board of the livestrong foundation. despite over 15 years of service to cancer research and awareness, the accusations against armstrong come at a hefty price. we have more on his future. >> the long and controversial ride of lance armstrong has taken a dramatic turn. the champion cyclist and cancer survivor today stepping aside as
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the chairman of the wildly popular livestrong foundation that provides millions of dollars a year to cancer services. his resignation reads in part "to save the foundation any controversy, i will conclude my chairmanship." that controversy has also ended his relationship with a longtime sponsors -- longtime sponsor. due to the seemingly insurmountable evidence that lance armstrong misled nike for more than a decade, they say it is with great sadness they have terminated their contract with them. >> and nike said this is a cheating problem no longer. after 10 years, they cut ties
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with lance. >> this is the latest fallout from a 1000-page report released last week by the u.s. anti- doping agency, which implicates armstrong as the ringleader in a massive scandal. >> it is the most sophisticated, professionalized, and successful performance financing program we have seen. >> performance enhancing drugs that armstrong used and shared, according to his teammates. armstrong continues to deny the charges, but says that he will no longer fight the allegations. wbal-tv 11 news. >> wow. a new discovery in space. it looks like there may be another earth. >> details that could bring us closer to life on another planet.
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>> i am rob roblin. >> i am rob roblin. and this is maryland. every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty million gaming at casinos in these other states. question seven will build a new casino and bring table games to baltimore... generating hundreds of millions for schools. and that money has to go to education. it's the law. so vote for question seven. so we can stop spending all that money here, and keep maryland money
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in classrooms like mine.
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>> there are starling accusations against a local evangelical group. three women have made allegations that they are involved in a child sex abuse cover-up. as they say that sexual abuse of children occurred in maryland and northern virginia, starting in the 1980's. we are not sure which churches are accused of being involved. one of the plaintiffs is allegedly a college student here in maryland's. >> in news covering the nation is at noon, five people are dead after a car fire in denver, and police say that the fire -- bar fire in denver, and police say that the fire was sparked to cover up the scene. they believed it started with a homicide.
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the victims have not been identified, and the police are asking anyone who was at the bar earlier in the evening to come forward. >> if you are planning a trip to disney, you are going to see a different theme park, but for a limited time. the park will be treating visitors to the surprise scenes on a weekly basis. some of the plans include a long last -- long-lost friend week, a pirate week, a valentine's week. they have also been expanding the fantasy land. it is expected to be completed in 2014. >> the next time you want to get a good table, he may have to say san my face. >> -- scan my face. >> it is making it easier to get discounts, but coming up -- is
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it safe? >> i never thought this would and catastrophically. >> two maryland hikers missing in montana. just ahead, their emotional return home and how they made it out alive. >> rain moving in from the west. forecast straight ahead. right now though, a beautiful
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>> two men originally from maryland are fortunate to be back on this morning. both are experienced hikers. they became lost in glacier national park when severe weather moved in. >> jason hiser and neal peckens are finally back. >> i am overwhelmed. there is this outpouring of support from everyone. we really appreciate that the banquet this after being lost in the back country at -- we really appreciate that. >> this after being lost in the back country at glacier national park in frigid temperatures. >> i never thought this would
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in catastrophic the. >> that was neal peckens's mother. the duo made their way to richmond, va. via private aircraft. >> we have the rescue teams to thank for that. >> in a statement, the glacier park ranger credits and their readiness. "these men were prepared." >> did you know? >> definitely peeping definitely. >> the men were coming -- were cunning. they created sos messages with logs. >> i know there are a lot of questions about what went on, but right now is time for the
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family. >> wbal-tv 11 news. >> european astronomers may have come one step closer to a search for an earth-like planet. it is located in the office and tory -- the closest star system to our own -- alpha centauri. the temperature on the surface of that planet is probably 2200 degrees fahrenheit. it was discovered at an observatory in chile. >> now your 11 insta-weather plus forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> 2200 degrees? that is a little toasty. a little toasty there. not quite that warm here, but warmer than normal.
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we are talking 60 to around 70. the normal high is backing off a little bit. we are talking low 70's. a little bit above normal for the next few days. that may be offset by cloud cover. you see that moving off to ocean city. and new batch is coming out of the ohio valley. that will bring the rain chance in here tomorrow afternoon and evening. ahead of the approaching system, southeasterly breeze. 71. we are only 64 here. you see the west side of the mountains. charleston, west virginia, 75. temperatures will not be as chilly tonight's. statewide -- the 50's. not much temperature change across the state. overnight will stay mostly in the 50's in the city. mid to upper 40's in the suburbs.
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wind out of the north east at 5 miles per hour or less. the front stretches from the akkadian border down through missouri and into -- the canadian border down through missouri and into texas now. there are some storms popping up around that front and it is expected to get here tomorrow night. we start with the sun. then you see showers popping up at 5:30 in the evening. our best chance for rain holds off until after sunset. then showers across the bay. maybe some thunder there overnight. the sky will try to gradually clear, although in the mountains, showers may hang around into the weekend. the clouds will be increasing and deeper into the afternoon, the better the chances for rain. sunrise at 7:20.
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south eve -- southeast winds up to 20 knots. showers will get there earlier in our maryland. and they will stay longer. on the bay, rain chances are really tomorrow night into tomorrow morning. on the coast, that will include a couple of thunderstorms with highs in the low 70's. insta-weather plus for baltimore then -- mostly mild, but high- pressure into the weekend means cloudy on saturday and bright, sunny skies on sunday. consumer alert, it looks like baltimore is one of the most affordable cities in the country. compared median
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household income to the median price of a house. baltimore comes in 89. that means the median income exceeds the amount needed to buy a house. the least affordable city? san francisco. but new york comes in a close second. and city officials are working to make art and cultural events more affordable for baltimore residents. it is time for freefall baltimore for the rest of october. there are activities for visitors and residents as part of the national arts and humanities month. freefall baltimore puts the focus on the various opportunities available in the city day in and day out. for a full schedule of opportunities, had to our website -- apple is launching an noon -- a new ipad mini.
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it is thought to have a screen size of about 7.8 inches, two inches smaller than the full- size. media analyst at predicted that the cost will be either $249 or $299. in the meantime, the next time you want a great deal at a restaurant or a store, he may just need to show your face. it is all due to face standing -- face scanning technology. facial recognition software will match a scan with a person's facebook file. >> people are already checking in with facebook and foursquare
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already. it is developed to be as secure as any other platform you give information to. >> yes, but did you see the box over that lady's face? if you would have to give the application and sent -- consent and a multiple number of times and access to your facebook profile. for the first time, this retail giant will match prices with online competitors including walmart and amazon. target's ceo says the strategy is to be exceptionally competitive on price for the holiday season. retailers are competing for in- store purchases. the online price match will be between november 1 and november 16. all you have to do is show them the price on your smartphone or ask them to look it up.
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>> from perry hall to a student in a middle school, they are working to help the disabled. this evening, they got a special honor. they recognize that dozen advocates in the area who have made strides for those with disabilities. one of the recipients included a sixth grader who recently lost her sight because of a malignant brain tumor. just because she has lost her sight this not mean she has lost her vision. she is using technology to precipitate -- to participate in past. she is even speaking to groups of adults who are also going through treatment. great kid. and anthony bass may be the next top cop in baltimore. not everyone is approving. we will have more on the
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protests at 6:00. >> these are popping up all over belair. belair. we will tell you why, st as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally.
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i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6.
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[monotone] she says, "switch to progressive and you could save hundreds." call or click today. >> a community is taking a page out of baltimore's playbook when it comes to eye-catching art. >> we have more on the heart of the hartford. >> downtown belair. it is a sentiment taking on of
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physical form with an art campaign designed to get your attention. >> we are looking at how we can increase our exposure in the community. not only locally, regionally and create more of a destination for the arts in and around belair. this has worked for other cities. >> it sure has. remember the campaigns in baltimore? these will go in storefronts. they will be placed outside high-profile locations. >> they will be in various locations all around. we picked a lot of different public places, popular places in downtown belair. the court house, a town hall, library. but other locations as well that our big local businesses.
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>> they are hoping to get 15 hearts sponsored and that they are also looking for artists. >> we are looking for artists to submit their designs. there will be a committee that will be the jury for those designs that will decide on that feel that we are looking for. >> to find out how you can be involved, just go to our website -- wbal-tv 11 news. >> and it will be right in the heart of belair. >> that is all for us at 5:00. >> here is a look at what is coming up new at 6:00. >> i have a play-by-play of the campaign trail in washington. >> some residents do not want a
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new wal-mart store on the site. that story, coming up. >> and a judge drops the most serious charge against two police officers accused of beating a university of maryland student. that story as we start right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute >> you are watching wbal-tv 11 news. live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news at 6:00 p.m. >> from combative to campaigning, president obama and mitt romney follow an aggressive debate last night. >> and neither side is letting up. >> rod and donna, tuesday's debate would into extra rounds. >> i have a question and the question was how much will you cut them? >> do you want me to answer?


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